Professional Call of Duty player Doug ‘Censor’ Martin has reacted to the segment discussing his breakup with Yanet Garcia that took place on The Joe Rogan Experience.
Rogan was joined by former MMA fighter Brendan Schaub when the pair began discussing Martin’s ex-girlfriend and internet star, Yanet Garcia.
In a video uploaded to his YouTube channel, Censor seemed to be shocked but amused by the comments, with Rogan stating that there “must be something wrong with his brain” when discussing the fact that Censor ended his relationship with Garcia to focus on his professional Call of Duty career.
“I didn’t know it was going to be that funny,” Martin laughed. “I actually found that hilarious. I really like how they talked about both sides, they see it from both angles.”
The former compLexity player continued: “It’s not as bad as I thought it was going to be, I thought he was going to roast me pretty hard. Maybe people were just gassing it up, but people like to exaggerate things.”
Censor admitted that he is not a regular listener of the podcast, but said he can see why “the Call of Duty community is always talking about it,” and praised Rogan for the success he has had with the podcast and his other business ventures.
During the video, Censor also gave some insight into his future in Call of Duty after being released from his former organization, compLexity.
While Censor didn’t announce his new teammates, he did tease that an official announcement could be on it’s way and seemed confident that the potential new team would be serious title contenders.
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